German shorthaired pointer


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German shorthaired pointer

a medium- to large-sized gun dog with pendulous ears, docked tail and very short haircoat that is liver- or black-colored in solid, spotted or ticked patterns. It is used as a retriever and pointer. The breed is affected by an inherited GM2 gangliosidosis.
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Steve and Cindy Hutson traveled from North Carolina to Jasper, MO, to pick up Karli, their three-month-old German shorthaired pointer.
Outdoorsy Denverites still love their large, active breeds, with the Boxer, German Shorthaired Pointer, Rottweiler, Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle rounding out the top ten most popular dog breeds.
The German shorthaired pointer has found particular favor in the U.
Tomorrow-Sunday - Mayflower German Shorthaired Pointer Club and the Vizsla Club of Central New England sponsor a Double Header Hunt Test at the Crane Wildlife Management Area, Falmouth.
Ten-year-old Ryan Davis, her shotgun ready, watches as Duke, a German shorthaired pointer, casts about trying to catch the scent of the pheasant hidden in the brush.
The German Shorthaired Pointer is an unusual breed to see in any Top 10 - yet it maintained its 7th place ranking in Denver for the past two years (it ranks 18th nationally).
The German Shorthaired Pointer was also a newcomer to the city's top 10 in 2013, coming in at #7.
Closer to home, the Mayflower German Shorthaired Pointer Club and the Viszla Club of Central New England are sponsoring a Double Header Hunt Test on Sept.
If there is an aggressive dog, we will tell that person to put it on a leash,'' said Joy Sekyra, who brings Max, a German shorthaired pointer, on weekday evenings.
While the Golden Retriever leap-frogged over two breeds of German origin -- the German Shepherd and the German Shorthaired Pointer -- to peak in 3rd place in 2007, the Beagle took a nosedive in Denver this year landing in 20th (after enjoying the 9th spot last year).

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